ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Army has organised a motor rally to be held from Oct 21 to Oct 31 to commemorate the country’s 70th year of independence, according to the ISPR. More than 300 four-wheel drives and jeeps, 500 motorcycles and 150 vintage cars from 23 motor clubs across the country will participate in the Pakistan Motor Rally.

Starting from Khunjerab, passing through Gilgit, Islamabad, South Waziristan, Quetta and Karachi, the rally will culminate at Gwadar covering more than 3,000 kilometres.

Published in Dawn, October 19th, 2017

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